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We hear Alicia’s voice begin to tremble as she wanders off-camera, her grief and anguish visceral.
HOW ‘MASTER OF NONE’ PORTRAYS A SINGLE LESBIAN’S FERTILITY STRUGGLES WITH AN HONESTY RARELY SEEN ON TVSONIA RAOMAY 31, 2021WASHINGTON POST
After years of feeling alone in her anguish and grief, Campfield felt like she was part of something bigger, something that could change the things she hated so much about the world.
ONE YEAR AFTER GEORGE FLOYD’S DEATH SPARKED A MOVEMENT, MANY PROTESTERS’ LIVES ARE FOREVER CHANGEDMARISSA LANGMAY 28, 2021WASHINGTON POST
One young character, after suffering a grisly accident, screams in anguish—the wailing spirals out in an unavoidable whirl that seems to go on forever.
A QUIET PLACE PART II IS TENSE AND EFFECTIVE—BUT A LITTLE MORE BREATHING ROOM WOULD HAVE GONE A LONG WAYSTEPHANIE ZACHAREKMAY 26, 2021TIME
No family should have to go through the anguish, stress, and indignity we went through.
US TO RECOGNIZE CITIZENSHIP OF MARRIED COUPLES’ CHILDREN BORN ABROADMICHAEL K. LAVERSMAY 19, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Amid this gloom and anguish, a local non-government organisation has become synonymous with hope.
HOW AN NGO HELPED 10,000 COVID-19 PATIENTS SURVIVE INDIA’S OXYGEN SHORTAGENIHARIKA SHARMAMAY 16, 2021QUARTZ
As the New York Times detailed, this decision has provoked relief, anguish, frustration and regret among veterans of the war.
THE FUTURE IN AFGHANISTAN MAY BE KEY TO THE WELL-BEING OF AMERICA’S SOLDIERSDILLON CARROLLMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Afterward, she would say she almost couldn’t bear to put this burden on them, that she had wanted to shoulder the anguish alone.
A CRISIS OF UNDIAGNOSED CANCERS IS EMERGING IN THE PANDEMIC’S SECOND YEARBY DUAA ELDEIB, VIDEO BY ALEX GARCIAMAY 4, 2021PROPUBLICA
In this case the link with anguish, implicit in the word, is more self-evident.
OUR MOST EFFECTIVE WEAPON IS IMAGINATION - ISSUE 99: UNIVERSALITYGUIDO TONELLIAPRIL 29, 2021NAUTILUS
The national outrage, demands for change and immortalization of his last words — “I can’t breathe” — did little to quell the anguish his family suffered.
CARON NAZARIO SAW ERIC GARNER, WHO HE CALLED ‘UNCLE,’ DIE IN POLICE HANDS. THEN OFFICERS PEPPER-SPRAYED HIM SIX YEARS LATER.JOHN WOODROW COX, MICHAEL ROSENWALDAPRIL 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Now her life became filled with long stretches of quiet anguish and bursts of rage.
7 YEARS OLD AND SHATTERED BY GUN VIOLENCEDAVID HEMENWAYMARCH 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST

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